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Unemployed on the road

Unemployed on the road

Unemployed people hit the roads demanding release of Mega DSC notification with 25 thousand vacant posts in the state. A massive dharna was organized at Dharna Chowk in the city on Wednesday under the auspices of DYFI. Later, a rally was held and a protest was held at Dr. BR Ambedkar’s statue, criticizing the behavior of the state government.

Speaking on this occasion, DYFI district leader Pandavulu Durgaprasad said that YS Jaganmohan Reddy had promised the unemployed to fill up the 23 thousand vacant teacher posts as soon as he came to power when he was the leader of the opposition. But during the five years of coming to power, he said that the unemployed were cheated by not taking DSC even once.

“Jagan Mohan Reddy Criticizes Government’s Job Announcement as Deceptive Election Ploy”

It is outrageous to announce that a notification will be issued to fill only 6,100 posts to deceive the unemployed once again before the elections. He criticized that this is a complete deception of the unemployed. Jagan Mohan Reddy, who is complaining that 99 percent of the promises made in the election manifesto have been implemented, has demanded to tell how the 99 percent promises have been implemented without filling the job calendar, government jobs and 25 thousand teaching posts.

He said that when the Modi government brought the new national education policy in the country, by implementing it in the state, JIO number 117 was brought and the 3rd, 4th and 5th classes were combined into high schools and all the teaching posts in the primary schools were cancelled.

They demanded that the state government immediately withdraw the Daga DSC with 6,100 posts and release the Mega DSC notification with 25,000 posts. Later, a petition with demands was given to DR D. Naik. DYFI leaders T. Raja, DSC candidates Ganesh, Bhavani, Ramalakshmi, Tulsi, Rajesh, Ramakrishna, Manikantha, Pavani, Simhachalam participated in this program


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